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Dengue Woman Blues Jimmie Vaughan 06:23
Six Strings Down Jimmie Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray 06:21
Lost In You Jimmie Vaughan 04:14
Six Strings Down Jimmie Vaughan 04:23
Boom Bapa Boom Jimmie Vaughan 03:55
Don't Cha Know Jimmie Vaughan 04:20
Just a Game Jimmie Vaughan 02:57
Baby, Please Come Home Jimmie Vaughan 02:54
Hey Yeah Jimmie Vaughan 03:43
It's Love Baby (24 Hours a Day) Jimmie Vaughan 03:36

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Born March 20, 1951 in Dallas,
Texas, legendary blues guitarist Jimmie Vaughan would be one of the masterminds
behind The Fabulous Thunderbirds and record a famous album with his younger
brother, fellow blues guitar icon Stevie Ray Vaughan, before finally launching a
solo career. After a series of influential albums with The Fabulous
Thunderbirds, and gaining a reputation as one of the finest blues guitarists in
the world, Vaughan went solo for the first time with 1994’s Strange Pleasure,
a collection of blues and rock that captured his signature sound. The 1998
follow-up Out There took the same approach and featured collaborations
with Nile Rogers and Dr. John. He brought in jazz elements for 2001’s Do You
Get the Blues?
, and it still won the Grammy for Traditional Blues Album. He
played live regularly for the next ten years, but didn’t release another album
until 2010’s Plays Blues, Ballads & Favorites, on which he covered
such songwriters as Willie Nelson, Little Richard, and Jimmy Reed. He repeated
the approach for 2011’s Plays More Blues, Ballads & Favorites. For
2018’s Baby, Please Come Home, he recorded songs from Lloyd Price, Lefty
Frizzell, T-Bone Walker, and Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown.